UK no scan no fly policy

M Boyce made this Freedom of Information request to Civil Aviation Authority

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Dear Civil Aviation Authority,

The CAA is in the process of taking over many of the functions, including security, of the Department for Transport.

(1) Did the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) make a submission to the March 2010 Department for Transport (DfT) consultation on airport body(security) scanners?

(2) If the answer is yes,then could you please supply me with a copy of this submission?

(3) Has the CAA informed the DfT that it agrees with them that passengers should not be offered an alternative screening measure to body scanners?

(4) Does the CAA regard the UK no scan no fly policy to be in accordance with EU law?

(5)Does the CAA regard the UK no scan no fly policy to be proportionate?

Yours faithfully,

M Boyce

Chatfield Rick, Civil Aviation Authority

Corporate Centre

Information Management

 

 

 

 

Dear M Boyce

 

The CAA acknowledges receipt of your Information request.

 

If your requirements are unclear, or the information is held by another
public body, we will contact you in the next five working days.  Otherwise
the information we are able to release, under the Freedom of Information
Act 2000, will be assembled and made available to you within 20 working
days from today’s date.  If an exemption applies to any of the information
requested an explanation will be provided.

 

Should you wish to discuss any aspect of this request, I can be contacted
on:

01293 768512.  Please quote reference F0001458.

 

Yours sincerely

 

 

 

 

 

 

Rick Chatfield

Information Rights and Enquiries Officer

 

 

 

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Chatfield Rick, Civil Aviation Authority

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Dear M Boyce

 

Please find attached:

 

CAA reply to your Freedom of Information Act request F0001458.

 

 

Thank you

 

 

Rick Chatfield
Information Rights and Enquiries Officer

 

 

 

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